Olympus D-150/C-1 Introduction Manual (en, fr, de, es)

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Using the Flash
Operating Procedure
1.
Check that the lens barrier is open.
2.
Press the 
OK/menu button.
 The monitor shows the Shooting mode menu 1/3.
3.
Select 
by pressing the 
or
arrow pad key.
4.
Each time you press the 
or 
arrow pad key, the
Flash mode is switched in the sequence:  
Auto-Flash[
Red-Eye Reduction Flash[
Fill-In Flash[
Night Scene[
Flash Off.
Select one of these modes.
5.
Press the 
OK/menu button.
 The Flash mode is set and the shooting screen re-
appears. Now you can shoot images with the selected
Flash mode.
1 / 3
AUTO
OFF
OFF
DIGITAL ZOOM
END
OK
SELECT
Shooting mode menu 1/3 screen
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Note..........................................................
The Flash mode setting menu can also be displayed by
simply pressing the
(
) arrow pad key when the lens
barrier is open. Pressing the
(
) arrow pad key changes
a Flash mode to another. The setting menu disappears after
a moment if no operation is performed.
Using the Flash Modes
AUTO
AUTO
Red-Eye Reduction Flash
The flash fires automatically in low light or back light
conditions.
To shoot a subject with back light, position the AF
target mark (
) over the subject in the viewfinder.
Use this mode to fire the flash with every image.
Use this mode when shooting a subject against a
night background.
Use this mode for shooting in locations where
flashes are prohibited (such as a museum).
The light from the flash may make the subject’s
eyes appear red in pictures. The Red-Eye
Reduction Flash mode reduces this phenomenon.
The flash has been designed to fire automatically
when shooting under low light or against strong
back light. You can select one of the 5 flash
modes according to different shooting situations.
Arrow pad
Shooting mode menu 1/3 screen
1 / 3
AUTO
OFF
OFF
DIGITAL ZOOM
END
OK
SELECT
OK/menu button